EDUCATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR TOURISM

  • Vidoje Stefanović Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Niš
  • Goran Maksimović University of Priština, Faculty of Agriculture
Keywords: education, human resources, tourism, tourism development

Abstract

Tourism as the segment of solicitous services and obliging activities becomes «the industry of future». Very scarce are those economy activities which in such a measure depend on human factors, as it is the case with tourism. Other tertial activities are also characterized in greater or smaller measure by the presence of tenderers or buyers in tourism, which, for the all rights, carry the atribute face to face degree of difficulty of that contact is characterized and potentially emphasized all these facts which could be classified under mutual denominator «tourism hospitability». Quality temporary tourist stay largely depends on the quality, then engagement, goodwill and training of human resources at all levels of hospitality. This immediately implies questions on how to consider importance of the human factor, as the carrier and executor of tourist activity in an area, which aims to be highly receptive, whether it is the region or the entire country.

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Published
2016-06-04
How to Cite
Stefanović, V., & Maksimović, G. (2016). EDUCATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR TOURISM. TISC - Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja, 1(1), 536-551. Retrieved from http://www.tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/article/view/236